ATLANTA, Ga. (WATE) – The Centers for Disease Control has an illustration of where coronavirus (COVID-19) cases are happening in the United States.
As of Tuesday, March 24, 2020, there have been 44,183 cases of COVID-19 reported in the United States and 544 deaths attributed to the virus.
The map is updated at noon on weekdays. The most up-to-date version is on the CDC site.
Researchers at John Hopkins University are maintaining a global map that is updated in “near real time.”
The Tennessee Health Department reports the state’s cases at 3 p.m. Eastern time each weekday.
COVID-19 cases in Tennessee:
- Coronavirus Timeline: Total COVID-19 cases near 175K, deaths now stand at 2,097 in the state
- CHART: Tennessee Department of Health’s count of coronavirus cases by day in state
- Greene County mayor extends mask mandate through September 30
- Video and pictures of packed house party near KU campus spark concern as virus cases rise
- Tennessee Coronavirus: Two weeks into September, state has seen a 12.48% increase in COVID-19 cases and a 19.56% increase in deaths
- Coronavirus in Tennessee: Knox County reports smallest 1-day increase in new cases so far in September
- Oxford and AstraZeneca resume coronavirus vaccine trial
- Tennessee Coronavirus: Total COVID-19 cases reach 171,824 with 933 new cases reported Sunday
- Coronavirus in Tennessee: Inactive cases rise by 204 as Knox County reports 121 new cases & no new deaths
- As Trump played down virus, health experts’ alarm grew
- Dakotas lead US in virus growth as both reject mask rules
- Tennessee Coronavirus: COVID-19 deaths hit 2,064 with 39 new ones reported Saturday
- Coronavirus in Tennessee: Inactive cases rise by 229 as Knox County reports 189 new cases & 3 new deaths
- As restaurants, bars re-open amid coronavirus, CDC study urges caution
- Ohio college students test positive for coronavirus, throw party